Absolutely my favorite seafood restaurant in Charleston!! Great food, excellent service and owned by a local family. Go try it and get hooked.
Update: Our address is: 1610 Sam Rittenburg Blvd; Charleston, SC 29407.
Our 'Open House' is held the first Sunday of each month from 2pm-4pm. Any scheduling changes are noted on our website. www.makelabcharleston.org
No current phone contact.
Except 1988... no 88 or 89 :(
I don't understand this either. Where is the accountability? 18 million and the people who let it happen seem to be shrugging their shoulders and saying "Ooops. My bad."
This column is hilarious to read after watching the show. Keep up the good writing!
I am a Lincoln Middle-High School teacher and the district not only closed our school but has left the teachers to fend for themselves. There was no planning done for where we would teach next year. They are not telling us what is to happen with our jobs. We are only told to do what we can to find a job. None of this was our fault and we are the ones who will suffer. The previous superintendent left with an extremely large payout. We should be getting the same for being forced out.
Yeah, agree with everything already said. Three of us planned to eat dinner here two weeks ago, despite the fact that there are no prices on the website menu. Super lame, already indicates you're mainly focused on profit, not longevity. I'm not going to say something bad about someone I don't know, but the owner wasn't very pleased when we told him we were just stopping by for a beer, not dinner. I just threw it back in his face. You can't really talk down to new customers because we made a decision you didn't like. Doesn't work that way. If people are leaving, you should want to know why, be friendly about it, cut the would-be customers a deal, a beer or sweet talk them into staying. What you have to do when you are starting up a new restaurant in this ultra-competitive environment. While we wanted to chill and scope the portions, prices, and vibe, it didn't take us long to check out. I didn't see this ridiculous mustard charge yall are talking about, but I took one look at the place, and said it won't make it to April 2017. Charleston has some pretty high standards, so you gotta play the game I guess. Agree with the identity crisis comments. Look, I hope every business succeeds, it's good for the city, jobs, and the owner, but they're going to have to mix it up, and sweeten up...bigtime.
This is the result of a decades-long devaluing of education from the national level on down. When societies don't place a high value on cultivating intellect, they are left with ignorant people making ignorant decisions. And in the long run, stupid gets pretty expensive.
"Hopefully that food came from some local farmers and not the corporate ones that are taking over."
Why do you hate capitalism?
I think that would be "he know a little bit."
That's what I get for letting the ghost of Jonathan Swift use my keyboard...
You should run for school board and work towards the changes you are asking for.
WOW somebody is getting so shrill here that my dog holds his ears if I just click on the page
Ate here for lunch today. Food was very good and our server Danielle did a very nice job.
Ate here for lunch today. Food was very good and the service was great.
Keep it coming! Never watched the show but love this stuff!
Someone tell Obama to give nofaith his computer back.
Farms should be run by the state. Nobody should own the source of food for the country, that should belong to the government. That way they could decide what to grow and how much of it you will get.
"In other words, Craig ain’t pass the Bar, but he knows a little bit, enough so you won’t accompany him on this trip."
I have to admit I inherently matched the cadence starting at "Bar" - nicely done.
Don Draper, reference? Will you marry me?
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